The owner of the property on which the retaining wall is located. The exact position of the wall should be shown on the survey of the property. Any questions about the construction should be addressed to the municipal building inspector.
Cost us over $100,000, continued property tax and maintenance and change of market due to rising interest rates. Kept telling us town issues, NOT, other issues, not ours. Talking about finally closing in a week , then Monday got a text saying the deal was over as he couldn’t get financing. It... Read more »
Yes, but I suggest you write to contract purchaser that you are declaring that the buyer has violated the terms of the contract. Further, you are keeping the deposit in satisfaction of the losses you have suffered by buyers' failure to perform.
I believe allowing a seller to remain in the premises after closing is a very bad idea. If the Seller can not meet the closing date, postpone the closing. Provide in the postponement that Seller shall reimburse you for any costs you may be subject to as a result of Seller's inability to meet...Read more »
That 60 was extended indefinitely until I could close. He signed that agreement. He now sold home to an investor who has been harassing me to get out. Ex got a Judge to agree to throw me out a 66 year old severely disabled person. no eviction/ejection or any requests to vacate have been properly... Read more »
The short answer is no. It may be that your bank or mortgage company requires a survey in order for them to complete the application evaluation process and to ensure that there are no encroachments on the property that would affect their lien.
I owed a lien purchased in December 2016 which certifies that there were no charges before or pending after attached to this lien or property. After paying the taxes for 4 years the city said in 2020 said they "forgot" to add cleaning charges... Read more »
It depends whether or not a Municipal Tax Search was ordered and received and the information contained. Speak to the title company you used to check title before actually purchasing the lien and the insured the transaction.
Very briefly, anyone can pay the real estate taxes. Speak to an accountant as to whether the payment is tax deductible for you or is considered a gift which may trigger having to file a gift tax return.
Recently purchased property in Holland Township New Jersey with a old, non working septic. We would like to replace it with a more environmentally friendly system because we are extremely close to a stream and have a high water table. We are hoping to put in new incinerating toilets and gray water... Read more »
This is a property law question not a criminal question unless you do try to change the locks on the person that has lived in and is currently living in the property. Whether a person is a tenant ultimately is determined by a court not by a lease or by you or by me. I suggest that you seek a...Read more »
My ex is on my deed and refuses to leave my home. He has 49% and I have 51% on the deed. He has never paid any mortgage or bills since living in this house. I have been paying ALL the bill since moving in. I have proof that I am the only one paying. Now that I've asked him to leave he is... Read more »
This is a very difficult situation. If you bring an action in partition, the Court will most likely order a sale of the property. A result not desired. The other method would to be to seek a domestic restraining order. This would require seeking the advice of an attorney that practices family law.
This answer assumes you are not married. No. She is your guest in your home. If she chooses to stay after she has worn out her welcome, you can file an action called an ejectment and here removed by a sheriff's officer.
I signed a lease a few weeks ago, after finding out the additional amount of upfront money they were asking for wasnt legal, I spoke with the landlord and he agreed to cancel the lease. I had already paid the realtor fees, as well as the first months rent and 1.5 months security with a bank check.... Read more »
In my condo association, there is an area where resident parking passes are required to park (not assigned - first come, first serve). I needed a new pass because the passes don't expire and the one I had was so old and faded it was unreadable. They emailed that they would send it out,... Read more »
What a HOA may or may not charge is set forth in the provisions in the home owners declaration. The agreement usually provides that the Board of Directors may vote to change some of the provisions. A careful reading of all the documents is required.
About a week and a half ago, my girlfriend reached out to the leasing office of the apartment we are renting, about having our floor fixed which was damaged when we first moved in last year (we honestly forgot about it due to putting a rug over it). No one came, but my girlfriend noticed today that... Read more »
Every lease, whether written or oral, is deemed to have include a provision called 'quiet enjoyment. This means no one can enter your apartment without your prior consent. The only exception to this is if an emergency exists and the Landlord is unable to contact you. Examples of an emergency...Read more »
What your landlord is asking you to do is illegal in New Jersey. He's only allowed to ask for a month and a half security. Asking for the 2 months rent at the end of the lease on top of a month and a half security is not permitted. Could you ask your landlord to put that request in writing....Read more »
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